In reply to WendyBartter:
WendyBartter said:lucky to have seen lovely Owl couple @ Monkton NR today!
Doh! nothing like... rubbing it in CHOL:)... So pleased for you, Am sure you enjoyed....
In reply to SunnyKate2:
Will share some pics tomorrow Kate, bit late sorting them out!
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Cameras back up, empty box and one on front beam having a preen. Ian
In reply to Ian S:
Yep Matt just e. mailed me ,
..Maybe it has been put on a lead, but not sure that will keep the cams playing CHOL:):)
Been out and in this afternoon
OR!!!! have they both around CHOL:):)
one almost out of sight back beam , lots of bobbing
Thanks Kate for informing Matt. Thanks Matt for getting the cams up again :)
19:25 One on the back beam (sounding pretty windy outside the barn)
19:31 Some low level rasping (for a few seconds) after it had flown
19:35 One in, onto the tray very briefly, turned, gave a short rasp and went back out
19:53 One flew in silently...
The other made an appearance...
The one that flew in had gone at 19:55
20:10 It gave a loud screech when leaving
23:05 No more to report this evening. EN/EB and very quiet apart from the wind. Goodnight
In reply to Sandra :
Sandra P said:Thanks Kate for informing Matt. Thanks Matt for getting the cams up again :)
Ditto from me too!
You are all welcome,
But Owlies repay by being completely absent CHOL:):)
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